When you save a document that contains a JPEG graphic as RTF, the graphic is converted to a picture (PICT) file format, and the size of the graphic may increase dramatically.
This error message may also appear if the Minimum memory that is allocated to the program is set above the default or at the same amount as the Preferred memory.
NOTE: The Macintosh operating system cannot automatically allocate more memory to a program as it is required.
To increase or decrease the memory partition, follow these steps:
- Quit Word.
- Using the Finder, locate and click to select the Word program icon.
- Press COMMAND+I to open the Microsoft Word Info dialog box.
- Increase the Preferred size for Word by several thousand kilobytes (KB).
- If the Minimum memory has been increased, reset it to the default size.
- Repeat steps 1 through 4 until you can convert the graphic, until the error message does not appear, or until you have assigned all available memory to Word.
If you work with large graphics often, you may want to leave the memory allocation set high. That decision should be made by considering the total memory available on the computer and how many other programs are normally run at the same time as Word.
Id. de artículo: 177756 - Última revisión: 01/22/2007 - Revisión: 1